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... His current research is focused on the endocrine stress Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine's Ocean responses of marine mammals and how they vary with foragStudies Board from 2008 to 2013 and was a member of ing success, fasting, and life-history stage. He is examining three previous National Research Council studies on marine the interaction of stress responses with the reproductive mammals and sound, including the Committee on Describ and immune systems to better understand how stress has ing Biologically Significant Marine Mammal Behavior, the demographic impacts.
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... Most of his research seeks populations, and the use of computer-intensive methods to to understand how organisms and ecological communities fit and compare stochastic models of wildlife population respond to novel environmental conditions created by human dynamics and animal movement. Of relevance to this comactivities with an emphasis on how organisms and ecologi- mittee, he has led research projects developing methods for cal systems respond directly and indirectly to changes in the quantifying marine mammal density, distribution, and trends acoustical environment.
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... She joined the National Academies Payton Kulina joined the Ocean Studies Board in June 2013 of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in 2012 as a fellow as a senior program assistant. He graduated from Dickinson and served as a research associate for the Ocean Studies College in 2010 receiving a B.A.
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